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10 Biggest Mistakes in Groundwater Remediation

Environmental engineers are often confronted with difficult decisions about how best to address requirements for remediation and/or compliance. The engineer is responsible for determining the appropriate technical course to undertake in defining an acceptable level of residual contamination, identifying appropriate contractors, and assessing final reports and work efforts. The environmental engineer is responsible to identify which of these tools is most appropriate to the specific conditions found at the site. This presentation covers the ten biggest mistakes in groundwater remediation as identified by industry experts. Ways to
avoid these mistakes will be reviewed and discussed.

Primary Author:
Mickele Bragg
Product Manager
Geotech Environmental Equipment, Inc.
Denver, Colorado, USA

Conference Presenter:
Jeff Popiel, Geotech Environmental Equipment, Inc., Denver, CO, USA